Chelsea Gubecka’s Golden Run Continues

World Championship representative Chelsea Gubecka is on a golden run after taking out the girl’s 15 years Australian Age open water title…

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SwimJams: Australian Swimmers Have Fun in Slow-Mo At Swimmer of the Year Awards

The Australian Swim Team has a little bit of fun at their recent Swimmer of the Year Awards with the…

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Swimmers battle in Geelong at 2014 Open Water Australian Age Championships

Michael Scott “Australia is surrounded by water and as a swimming nation we should be striving for open water success.”

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Are you Australia’s biggest Swim Fan?

Whether you are a fan of Paralympic legends Ellie Cole and Matt Cowdrey or freestyle world champions James Magnussen and Cate Campbell – there is a fan club online for you.

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Tasmanian Teenager Breaks Six Records In One Swim

Tasmanian teenager Jacob Vincent posted a 15:51.05 which is the third fastest time in Australian history for a 14 year old male…


Rebranding The Australian Institute Of Sport

Relentless, daring, exceptional and ingenious are all words that the Australian Sports Commission want to be synonymous with the Australian Institute of Sport…

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Thorpe Taken To Hospital After Being Found In A Disorientated State

Ian Thorpe, one of the greatest swimmers in the history of the sport, was taken to the Bankstown Hospital and Rehabilitation Clinic early this morning…


Cate Campbell Sweeps Swimming Australia’s Swimmer of the Year Awards

Cate Campbell’s breathtaking win in the 100 freestyle earned her a pile of accolades at Swimming Australia’s convention this weekend.

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Jared Poort Wins $17,000 Swim the Swan 10KM Race

Australia’s Jared Poort and American Ashley Twichell won $17,000 a piece for their wins in the elite SwimTheSwan 10km race.

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Australian Chloe McCardell Breaks Record By Swimming for 16 Straight Hours in a Spa

Australian Chloe McCardell swam for 16 straight hours…in a spa.

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Sprinters Steal The Show On The Final Day In Perth

The two biggest show stoppers of the day were the Australian sprint due of Cate Campbell and James Magnussen…


Swimming Australia Plans To Strengthen Domestic Competition

Swimming Australia plans to implement a “summer of swimming” initiative for next season with the goal of increasing the quality of domestic competition…


Aussies With A Comfortable Lead After Day One In Perth

With the first day of the BHP Billiton Super Series in the books the Australians hold a comfortable lead over Japan in the overall points race…


Start List, Live Results for 2014 BHP Aquatic Super Series

World Champion James Magnussen is among the stars who will race at the 2014 BHP Aquatic Super Series.


Herald Sun: Ian Thorpe Admitted to Rehab After Battling Depression, Alcohol Abuse

Swimming legend Ian Thorpe has been admitted to rehab to deal with alcoholism and depression.


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